Kwara First Lady Awards Scholarship to Blue-Eyed Children of Risikat Azeez

The first lady of kwara State, Dr Mrs Olufolake Abdulrazaq, has awarded a full scholarship for the children of the blue-eyed woman who was abandoned by her husband.

While disclosing this on Sunday August 9, 2020, Mrs Olufolake stated that the two children of Risikat, who are equally blue eyed, would enjoy full early foundation school scholarship at the Rhoemichs international school, Ilorin.

Though due to the ages of the children boarding options were not explored.

Dr. Olufolake has also aligned with the Kwara State Ministry of Health and the Ophthalmological Society of Nigeria to ensure that “immediate support is given to the blue – eyed woman and her daughters.”

It would be recalled that on Saturday August 8 the first lady of kwara State presented financial support to assuage the immediate concerns of Risikat Azeez and her children.

Risikat, the blue eyed mother of two, is equally billed to acquire preferred skills and empowered on same to sustain her family by the First Lady and the Ajike People’s Support Center.

Mrs Abdulrazaq has further put measures in place to ensure that the plight of Risikat and her children which includes social stigma is resolved promptly through concerted effort with all relevant stakeholders.

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Akeem Alao

Akeem Alao trained as a language teacher. He graduated from Adeniran Ogunsanya college of Education where he studied English/Yoruba Languages and Ekiti State University where he obtained a degree in English Education.

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